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Electricity

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electric field the region around a charged object in which an electric force is exerted on another charged object
static electricity electric charge at rest
friction the force created ewhen two objects are rubbed together
resistor a device that reduces the amount of electricity flowing through a circuit
electric current the amount of electric charge moving past a certain point
electric circuit a complete closed path with electric charges flowing through it
conductor a material in which charges can move freely
electric insulator a material in which charges cannot move freely
electric force the force between charged objects
Law of electric charges the law that states that like charges repel and opposite charges attract
series circuit a circuit in which tha parts are joined one after another
Parallel circuit a circuit in which the parts are joined in branches
Created by: susan.olive